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Aamir Khan’s sister Nikhat Khan opens up on ‘Banni Chow Home Delivery’

Mumbai, May 28, 2022- Aamir Khan’s sister Nikhat Khan has joined the cast of the show ‘Banni Chow Home Delivery’.

She commented: “I am excited to make my debut on the small screen with the leading channel of our country Star Plus.”

Nikhat has produced several projects including ‘Madhosh’ and also had been part of films such as ‘Mission Mangal’ and web series ‘Special Ops 1.5: The Himmat Story’

On being part of the TV show, she shared: “It’s an opportunity and an honour to make my place in the viewer’s heart. Viewers will get to know more about my character as the show moves forward. I am excited for the viewers to love my role as the story develops.”

The show is about the journey of a strong and fiercely independent young woman, Banni (played by Ulka Gupta), who runs a food delivery business where she cooks home-cooked meals for people who have moved to the city in quest of a job but miss home-cooked food.

Ulka is cast opposite Pravisht Mishra, who would play a disabled character named Yuvaan.

‘Banni Chow Home Delivery’ is starting from May 30, every Monday to Saturday at 9 pm on Star Plus. (Agency)

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